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David Alaba reacts hilariously to being nutmegged in Bayern training

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Nothing embarrasses footballers more than being nutmegged by their teammates in training.

It's a humiliating moment for whoever is on the receiving end, with Cristiano Ronaldo recently falling victim to the piece of skill and reacting by kicking the ball away in anger.

The Portuguese has dished out his fair share of nutmegs, of course, and only makes it worst by celebrating wildly at his teammates' expense.

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David Alaba has now become the latest to be 'megged', courtesy of Rafinha in a rondo during Bayern Munich training (see below).

And his reaction is absolutely brilliant. The versatile Austrian falls to the floor with his hands on his head, while those around him laugh at the fact it had been caught on camera.

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RAFINHA OWNS ALABA

Alaba's teammates won't let him forget about that anytime soon.

It's all smiles at the Allianz Arena at the moment, with Bayern joint top of the Bundesliga and unbeaten in their first 10 games.

Carlo Ancelotti's men face unprecedented competition to secure their fifth-straight title, though, with surprise package RB Leipzig level on 24 points and Borussia Dortmund not too far behind on 18.

It would seem Bayern also have a fight on their hands to keep Alaba from the grips of Manchester City, who are reportedly interested in signing the 24-year-old.

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Chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently addressed said rumours and insisted Alaba, who has three assists so far this season, is going nowhere.

"There is no truth in the rumours about David Alaba going to Manchester City," he said.

"He recently extended his contract with us until 2021. Every big European club knows what that means with Bayern.

"That is to say that we are completely relaxed about his situation. His departure is not on the agenda at all."

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